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The appearance of the twill fabric is that it has a distinct twill line (commonly known as a grain) on the surface of the fabric. Khaki fabric twill lines require "even, deep, straight". The so-called "even" means that the diagonal lines are equidistant; the so-called "deep" full-necked diagonal lines are distinctly convex; the so-called "straight" means that the length of the yarn of the diagonal lines is equal, and there is no skewing. The uniformity of the twill weave is a common style of twill fabrics.We are provide workwear fabric casual fabric products you can buy it.
There are many kinds of twill fabrics, which can be divided into two types: left twill and right twill. According to the structure, they can be divided into two types: single twill and double twill; in business, they can be divided into twill, enamel, gabardine and There are several kinds of khaki.
(1) twill cloth (middy twill)
The twill fabric is a 2/1 twill weave. From the surface, the front twill line is more obvious, and the reverse side is not obvious. The texture of the twill is tighter and thicker than the flat cloth, and the hand feels softer. Twill can be divided into three types: yarn twill, half-line twill, and full-line twill depending on the type of yarn used. According to the level of yarn linear density, it can be divided into two types: thick twill and fine twill.
The serge is a 2/2 twill weave, and the diagonal lines on both sides are similar to each other. The texture of the enamel is tighter and thicker than the twill. According to the type of yarn used, it can be divided into three types: yam, half-line and full-line serge. The veils are left twill, half crepe and full crepe are right twill.
Huada is also a 2/2 twill weave. According to the type of yarn used, it can be divided into three types: yarn huada, half-line huada and huada. The same is the left twill, the half line and the full line of the Huada, which is the right twill.
(4) Khaki (khaki)
According to the type of yarn used, khaki can also be divided into three types: yarn khaki, half line khaki and full line khaki. The khaki generally adopts 3/1 twill weave, so on its front side, the twill line is thick and obvious, and the reverse twill line is not obvious. Therefore, it is called single-sided khaki, and its twill direction is left oblique, and the texture is tight and strong. Most of the half-line khaki and the full-line khaki use 2/2 twill weave, and the lines on the front and back sides are the same, so it is called double-sided khaki. The line khaki also has a 3/1 twill weave, when the front right twill line is thicker than the 2/2 twill.